The Sacramento art scene has been booming, after artists at the core, like Shaun Burner, David Garibaldi, and too many others to name, invested decades pushing the movement for more appreciation of the arts. Collectively, these influencers in the creative world brought districts full of crime, addiction, and poverty to up and coming neighborhoods and culture-filled… Read more »
In December of 2014 Few and Far Women met in Miami, Florida for Art Basel, America’s greatest annual art gathering. Reaching 30′ tall and 90′ wide, this underwater-themed mural became the largest all female production to date, located in Wynwood, an art district of Miami. Characters were painted by Ursula X. Young, Agana, Deity, Toofly, 179, Rachel, and Kazilla, with graffiti pieces lining the… Read more »
In 2015, Slingin Ink Tattoo Company commissioned Ponci to paint their eastern wall, located at 418 Walker Street in Orland, California. The custom mural features a deer skull, California poppies, two hummingbirds, a 1947 Chevrolet truck, and the aircraft titled the ‘Flying Fortress’. This B-17 bomber was flown in the town, and used for pilot training during World War II. .
Richard Acala organized the contribution of this painting depicting a calm Lion, and Egyptian pyramids receiving or generating light beams. This wall is located on 40th street and 12th avenue in Sacramento, California.
In September 2013, Ed Trask invited Jenn Ponci and Ursula Young to participate in the RVA Street Art Festival. The event took place at the GRTC Depot; the artists were encouraged to design their murals within the “transportation” theme. With the assistance of Meme and Maggie Smith, the wall grew to become a Few and Far Women production… Read more »